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  • Skye, Stanley
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  • Thomas, Reta Mabel (Bennett)
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  • Bomberry, Essie
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  • Douglas, Glenna Virginia
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  • Jamieson, Leatrice Berenice
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  • "The Stuff of Dreams at Her Fingertips"
    Newspaper       "Cheryl Samuel weaves dream. With dedication and humor, the Victoria resident spins together divergent cultures, hopes, and the past and present almost as nimbly as her fingers move across her colored yarns."
    Newspaper     "Cheryl Samuel weaves dream. With dedication and humor, the Victoria resident spins together divergent cultures, hopes, and the past and present almost as nimbly as her fingers move across her ...
  • "Native Childhood Education Program May Begin in Fall"
    Newspaper       "A proposal for a native early childhood education program developed by the Union of Ontario Indians is progressing well and may be offered as soon as September of this year."
    Newspaper     "A proposal for a native early childhood education program developed by the Union of Ontario Indians is progressing well and may be offered as soon as September of this year."
  • "Conference is Organized for Native Young People"
    NewspaperPublication       "Young native people must learn the history and traditions of their people in order to pass it on to their children, say organizers of a conference to be held Friday and Saturday."
    NewspaperPublication     "Young native people must learn the history and traditions of their people in order to pass it on to their children, say organizers of a conference to be held Friday ...
  • "Landmark Deal for Algonquins"
    NewspaperPublication       "The Quebec government has signed a landmark deal that gives the small Algonquin band here a say in protecting its ancestral lands from loggers."
    NewspaperPublication     "The Quebec government has signed a landmark deal that gives the small Algonquin band here a say in protecting its ancestral lands from loggers."
  • "Clark Plans Meeting with Aboriginal Leaders"
    NewspaperPublication       "Constitutional Affairs Minister Joe Clark plans to meet aboriginal leaders in early July to discuss their participation in talks about Canada's future."
    NewspaperPublication     "Constitutional Affairs Minister Joe Clark plans to meet aboriginal leaders in early July to discuss their participation in talks about Canada's future."
  • "Siddon Cheated Denes: Erasmus"
    NewspaperPublication       "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has cheated Dene Indians by granting Inuit people a greater share of disputed land in the Northwest Territories, says a Dene Leader."
    NewspaperPublication     "Indian Affairs Minister Tom Siddon has cheated Dene Indians by granting Inuit people a greater share of disputed land in the Northwest Territories, says a Dene Leader."
  • "Police Welcome Chance to Meet Native People Without Confrontation"
    NewspaperPublication       "Despite his anxiety, Fontaine and and several other police officers were invited to take part in a sweat lodge ceremony with other natives at the Mother Earth's People environmental conference at The Forks."
    NewspaperPublication     "Despite his anxiety, Fontaine and and several other police officers were invited to take part in a sweat lodge ceremony with other natives at the Mother Earth's People environmental conference ...
  • "Warrior Mounthpiece Turns to Paintings"
    NewspaperPublication       "During the Oka crisis last summer, Ellen Gabriel regularly emerged from a white pine forest to speak for Kahnesatake's Mohawks. Gabriel still has a lot to say about Mohawk culture, but her medium has changed."
    NewspaperPublication     "During the Oka crisis last summer, Ellen Gabriel regularly emerged from a white pine forest to speak for Kahnesatake's Mohawks. Gabriel still has a lot to say about Mohawk culture, ...
  • "Wampum Oath is OK in Court"
    NewspaperPublication       "After a lengthy court battle Mohawks have won the right to use a native traditional oath at a trial in place of the swearing-in process outlined in the Canada Evidence Act.
    NewspaperPublication     "After a lengthy court battle Mohawks have won the right to use a native traditional oath at a trial in place of the swearing-in process outlined in the Canada Evidence ...
  • "New Chief Tackles Child Welfare"
    NewspaperPublication       "The new chief of the Assembly of First Nations says he will place aboriginal child welfare at the top of his priority list."
    NewspaperPublication     "The new chief of the Assembly of First Nations says he will place aboriginal child welfare at the top of his priority list."
  • "Inuit Sign Quebec Deal"
    NewspaperPublication       "Inuit leaders signed a landmark deal qith the Quebec government Thursday laying out a framework for talks leading to the establishment of an autonomous regional government."
    NewspaperPublication     "Inuit leaders signed a landmark deal qith the Quebec government Thursday laying out a framework for talks leading to the establishment of an autonomous regional government."
  • "Charlie Hill, 9, Gets Set to Throw a Ding-ball..."
    NewspaperPublication       "Charlie Hill, 9, gets set to throw a ding-ball which is two pieces of animal hide joined by a strap of rawhide."
    NewspaperPublication     "Charlie Hill, 9, gets set to throw a ding-ball which is two pieces of animal hide joined by a strap of rawhide."
  • "We're Distinct, We Have Inherent Rights"
    NewspaperPublication       "What do the Indians want anyway? This plaintive question echoes the old whimper about Quebec, yet also grounded in an anxiety to do something about it."
    NewspaperPublication     "What do the Indians want anyway? This plaintive question echoes the old whimper about Quebec, yet also grounded in an anxiety to do something about it."
  • "Hydro Project Hearings Off"
    NewspaperPublication       "Environmental hearings on the Great Whale hydroelectric project were cancelled Wednesday - a day after Cree in northern Quebec stopped Hydro-Quebec experts from entering the village of Great Whale."
    NewspaperPublication     "Environmental hearings on the Great Whale hydroelectric project were cancelled Wednesday - a day after Cree in northern Quebec stopped Hydro-Quebec experts from entering the village of Great Whale."
  • "More Money Promised for Native Policing"
    NewspaperPublication       "The federal government will double its spending on native policing over the next five years, Indian Affairs minister Tom Siddon said Thursday."
    NewspaperPublication     "The federal government will double its spending on native policing over the next five years, Indian Affairs minister Tom Siddon said Thursday."
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First Nations, Metis, Inuit, Aboriginal (Canada)